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  3. Málaga

Málaga: Traditional Tapas and Wine Tour

Product ID: 261787
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Delve into the Andalusian local cuisine and excellent wines in this amazing Málaga foodie tour. Uncover the tapas scene by visiting three of the oldest wineries and taverns in the old town with a professional fun local guide.
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Duration: 2.5 hours
Starting times 12:30 PM, 5:30 PM
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Spanish, French, Italian

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  • Explore the oldest taverns and wine cellars in Málaga
  • Try 5-6 varieties of homemade tapas, and 3 glasses of wine, beer, or vermouth
  • Get a list with all the recipes of the tapas you try to take home
  • Understand the Spanish Food and Wine Culture
Full description
Start this tour in a 200-year-old winery, where you will have your first Málaga sweet wine. The differences between each type of wine, the grapes used, etc. will be explained by a professional local guide.

Next, go to the famous Bodega El Pimpi, the second oldest winery in town. and discover the hidden local’s corner in a Traditional Andalusian House. With amazing folkloric decoration, El Pimpi offers a wide range of different wines from Málaga. Have your first tapas and start enjoying the best of Málaga’s gastronomy.

Experience a real Andalusian tavern at Calle Carretería and fully immerse in the locals’ atmosphere. Taste the house specialty: Spanish Vermouth. Try about 5-6 homemade tapas per person or more to share. You'll be full by the end of the tour.
  • 5-6 varieties of delicious homemade tapas
  • Vegan, vegetarian, pescetarian, or non-pork alternative tapas available
  • 3 glasses of local wine, beer, vermouth, or soft drinks
  • Professional local guide
What’s Not Included
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tips

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Meeting point

Right next to the door of the Antigua Casa de Guardia winery. Calle Carretería, 29008 Málaga, España

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Product ID: 261787